What to Do in a Gas Attack
- Publication date
- 1942 - 1943
- Public Domain
- Digitizing sponsor
Explains what war gas is, how it is used by the enemy, and how simple household items, such as bicarbonate of soda and bleaching solution, may be used to prevent casualties.
Chemical warfare Poison gas World War II Civil defense Civilian defense Baking soda First aid health and safety Danger Lurks
- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
- Closed captioning
- United States
- 1942 - 1943
- Run time
Subject: There's a naked man on the porch!!
Again we have the usual, ÃÂkeep windows closed!ÃÂ take off any infected clothes! (we see a man strip to his skivvies on his front porch lol) bathe bathe bathe! Among the oddities? It says to make a baking soda - water convocation ÃÂin advanceÃÂ and to ÃÂkeep it handyÃÂ for any eye emergency, Make sure you have an Enema bag handy too!
Make sure you wash out your nose too.
Highly highly weird and silly, this is highly recommended
Subject: Mustard Gas and Showering
That being said, a very telling film about big brother's advice you'll never use and are probably better off not listening to in the first place.
Subject: What a Gas
It might make a good prank. TO pretend to contaminate an area and then see everyone stripping off their clothes before going into their homes.But of course no one has seen this film so they would know what to do in the event of a gas attack. Oh well, so much for that thought. Good film, some useful advice...but the reality of an air attack of gas is unrealistic these days...maybe they have a subway scenario in another film. Now that would apply today. Remember the Sarin attack in Tokyo in the 80s. 4 stars for entertainment value...3 stars for useful info.
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